Silicone Muffin Cups: Lead Free! Hello! These are some of the results of our recent testing parties. I will be updating each of these posts with more details very soon. Thank you everyone for participating. As always, please feel free to ask questions. Click here for more #SaferChoices in bakeware for your family! Click here […]
Planet Box Lunch Box: Lead Free! Hello! These are some of the results of our recent testing parties. I will be updating each of these posts with more details very soon. Thank you everyone for participating. As always, please feel free to ask questions. Click here for more #SaferChoices in dishes for your family! #XRFTesting […]
Polish Pottery: 50 ppm lead. Hello! These are some of the results of recent XRF testing. The amount of lead that is considered unsafe in an item intended for use by children is 90 parts per million and higher. Dishware is not considered “for use by children” and is therefore not regulated in the same […]
KPIX San Francisco, news piece about lead found in the Green Sprouts sippy cup. Please click on the image below to read the story on their site and watch the video of their original news story. Published/ Aired February 11, 2017 Click here to support my advocacy work testing consumer goods for lead and working […]
This post was written as supporting documentation to a post about the Green Sprouts sippy cup focusing on the appropriateness and efficacy of XRF testing as a methodology for consumer goods testing. Thanks for reading! If you take the time to read this and follow the links, I applaud your efforts to better understand the concerns […]
Vintage Milk Glass Salt & Pepper Shakers. 57,800 ppm lead (on the painted decorations). Lids are lead-free (non-detect for lead with XRF). XRFTesting. To help research safer choices for your family, click here. To learn more about testing for lead, click here.
Vintage milk-glass bowl 893 ppm lead XRFTesting brand not noted but it looks like a Pyrex piece given the lip This belonged to my friend Leslie K. in Iowa 🙂 For ideas and guidelines to make safer choices for mixing bowls, click here! Thank you. To learn more about XRF Testing, click here.
#AskTamara Questions: Which water bottles are lead free? Which baby bottles are lead free? Which sippy cups are lead free? How do I tell if my child’s bottle is safe? (lead-safe, lead-free, free of toxicants?) Answers: Of the many popular brands of the water bottles, sippy cups and baby bottles that I have tested with […]
Newly manufactured sippy cup: 3003 ppm lead. Click the image of the letter below to see a full size PDF of my original letter reporting these results to the manufacturer. If you appreciate my advocacy work (including the testing I do for parents around the world) please consider contributing to my “GoFundMe” during this very […]
Liberty Blue Staffordshire Ironstone Vintage Plate: 44,500 ppm lead. – The amount of lead that is considered toxic in an item intended for children is 90 ppm or higher. Vintage china is not regulated in any way. Tested with an XRF —- #XRFTesting #LeadedDishes • #LeadSafeDishes For more information about LEAD FREE dish choices, click […]